In the past week, the Indian government has made several announcements about the cost of purchasing domain names in the country.
The government has announced that all domain names must be registered with the National Registry of Domain Names (NRND) and that this number must be kept on file for one year.
The NRND is the official name of the Indian domain name system.
The Indian government also announced that a new government-run registry will be created, with the goal of ensuring the stability of the country’s domain name market.
The new government website says that the government will set up a registry that will have the sole purpose of “providing a transparent and comprehensive platform for registration and registration of domain names.”
The government also said that the “national registrar will have a central repository of domain name data.”
All the domains will be available for free.
The domain name registry is meant to help the government track down names used in illegal activities, and it will also serve as a resource for domain owners who are looking for a new domain name.
The government has also announced a scheme to purchase domain names from the National Highways Authority of India (NHMA), the government-owned body that manages India’s road network.
The NHMA is a government body that oversees the countrys highway system.
One of the domains that will be purchased under the NHMA scheme is ggdomain.com.
This domain was registered by a company called ‘Domain Name Reseller India’ that lists “Gambling World” as its domain name on its website.
A similar domain, ‘gamblingworld.com’, was registered last year by a new company called GoDaddy.com, which lists the domain as “GoDaddy, Inc.”
The GoDaddy domains were both registered in India.
GoDaddy is a company that was registered in the U.S. in 2006 and now has offices in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
This is not the first time that India has made its domain registry available for sale.
Earlier this year, the government announced that it would be creating a registry of domains, which will be used to track down people who are using the domain name illegally.
As reported by Quartz, the country has had a number of domains taken off the market in the past year, most notably gg.in, which was taken off by the government.
The name was originally registered in 1993, but the domain was taken offline in 2012, due to the Indian Supreme Court ruling that it violated the country s Right to Information Act.